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Parasiticide Herbs

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Parasiticide Herbs

Parasitism is a type of symbiotic relationship between organisms of different species where one organism, the parasite, benefits at the expense of the other, the host. Parasiticidic herbs are those that destroy or help in removing the unwanted parasites kill parasites in the digestive tract and on the skin.

Parasites can cause problems and symptoms in the eyes, ears, sinus passages, prostrate, fallopian tubes, lungs and liver as well as cause problems in the pancreas, if invaded there. They can retard organ function, for example: if the pancreas is invaded, insulin production possibly could be impaired causing a diabetic situation. Removing the cause will restore the organ to normal function, if there has not been permanent damage.

A complete detoxification program will include methods to remove parasites and often incorporate parasiticide herbs. The remarkable aspect of herbs is their combination of several different healing properties. Thus, each herb will have a combination of specific effects on particular systems of the body, and also some very general effects. By carefully matching the herbal properties with the symptoms being treated, it is possible to confront the entire scope of the disease at once, achieving a cure quickly and with the minimum possible dosage.

Using plants for medicine is one of the oldest healing arts. Just about every culture has its own herbal healing tradition Indian-Ayuervedic, Chinese, Native American, and many more. Always research any product or treatment thoroughly before use and consult a trusted source to enjoy the benefits of a whole, natural life.

Herbs with parasiticidic agents include

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